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Biggest busts in Baltimore sports history

Biggest busts in Baltimore sports history

As the Ravens weigh their options in this week's NFL draft, The Sun takes a moment to reflect on the biggest busts in Baltimore sports history. Here, alphabetically, are major acquisitions that fans would as soon forget.

Gary Bradds, Bullets, 1964-65

In hindsight, the Baltimore Bullets could have taken Willis Reed, who would become a Hall of Fame center. Or Jeff Mullins, a budding All-Star guard. Instead, the Bullets' first-round pick in the 1964 NBA draft was Gary Bradds, a skinny kid from Ohio State who was National College Player of the Year … but a flop in the pros.

The third player selected overall, Bradds was 6 feet 8 and 200 pounds, a two-time...

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